More than Medicare

September 30, 2016 Michael Quinn

By Michael Quinn, Vice President of Strategic Partner Development

When I joined ABILITY in 2011, our value to our Strategic Partners was providing the most comprehensive, secure internet connectivity to Medicare. Today, many industry veterans and a number of our Strategic Partners still think of us this way. While we continue to lead the industry in Medicare connectivity, we are excited to share news on our expanded service and connectivity options.

With our acquisition of MD On-Line in 2014, we added all-payer connectivity functionality to enhance our EDI portfolio. MD On-Line focused on the often overlooked market segment of small physician offices, enabling close to 100,000 providers to send claims electronically to their largest payers. In 2016, we added a comprehensive revenue cycle management tool, ABILITY | ACCESS® RCM, to further expand all-payer connectivity and enhance workflow tools that serve the continuum of healthcare, including acute, post-acute, and ambulatory markets.

Our goal is to help Strategic Partners simplify the administrative and clinical complexities of healthcare for their customers, and that goal serves as our guiding principle as we continue to develop our services. We ask and listen to what your customers need, now and in the future, and develop the technology that will enable you to help them tackle the ever-shifting demands of the industry.

With more than one billion healthcare transactions crossing our network each year, we’re busier than ever and eager to keep growing with you, whether you use us to connect to Medicare or to any of our thousands of payer connections.

 

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